Icons of the game have issued numerous prodigious blasts worthy of awe, but the actual distance is apocryphal and subject to much hyperbole. Examples include:
Mickey Mantle - 660 Feet
It was Ichiro Suzuki
Barry Bonds is the official MLB record holder for most home runs in both a season (73) and in a career (762).
The longest home run that can be verified was hit by Babe Ruth. It went an estimated 575 feet. Many hitters have hit home runs that may be longer, but the distance was not or could not be verified.
Barry Bonds is the official MLB record-holder for most home runs in both a season (73) and in a career (762).
Barry Bonds has the most home runs in the MLB.
Golf ball. The longest home runs by MLB players are about 500 feet. That's about 170 yards, which is about half as far as the longest drives by professional golfers.
the longest HR in Mlb history
In MLB, that was Babe Ruth who hit 54 home runs in 1920. Prior to 1920, the MLB record for home runs in a season was 29, set by Ruth in 1919.
Mark texiera, with 39 home runs
Ralph had 369 career MLB home runs.
Barry Bonds with 762 home runs. Hank Aaron in second with 755 home runs.
KC Royals 2012
In MLB, 0.The most home runs Aaron hit in a season in MLB was 47 in 1971.
Hank Aaron had the most home runs for a regular season.
Dodgers 09 -- 13 games
Barry Bonds is the MLB all-time leader in home runs with 762.
Lou Gehrig led the Major Leagues in home runs in 1936 with 49
Chapman had 17 career MLB home runs in 4590 at bats.